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Kebebasan Beragama: Gambaran Malaysia

(The Practise on Freedom of Religion in Malaysia)

Faridah Jalil

faridah@ukm.my

Fakulti Undang-undang,

Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia,

43600 UKM Bangi, Selangor, MALAYSIA.

Tel.: +603- 89216383

Rohizan Halim

rohizan@uum.edu.my

Kolej Undang-undang, Kerajaan dan Pengajian Antarabangsa,

Universiti Utara Malaysia,

06010 UUM Sintok,

Kedah Darul Aman, MALAYSIA.

Tel.: +604-9288086.

Abstrak

Makalah ini bertujuan membincangkan penulisan terdahulu mengenai kedudukan prinsip kebebasan beragama berkaitan hak untuk menukar agama yang termaktub dalam Perlembagaan Malaysia. Tujuan perbincangan adalah untuk memahami aliran pendapat pelbagai pihak dalam isu berkenaan kebebasan beragama di Malaysia. Lanjutan daripada itu kemungkinan dapat dihuraikan dalam bentuk pemahaman yang sesuai bagi masyarakat Malaysia selaras dengan semangat Perlembagaan Persekutuan.

Kata Kunci: kebebasan beragama, hak tukar agama, Perlembagaan Persekutuan

Abstract

This article will be discussing previous literature on the status of religious freedom concerning the right to change religion enshrined in the Malaysian Constitution. Our aim is to understand the flow of the various opinions on the issue of religious freedom in Malaysia. From the discussions, hopefully we will be able to form an appropriate understanding for Malaysian community with regard to freedom to change religion in the spirit of the Federal Constitution.

Keywords: freedom of religion, the right to change religion, Federal Constitution

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